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I love the times when I can see on the faces of kids when they are having their own personal encounter with the Spirit of God. If we as Kidmin leaders fail to jealously pursue these sacred moments, we will easily move forward with simpler things each week and miss opportunities that can leave an indelible mark for a lifetime.
It’s so easy for our kidmin worship times to become all about the singing and the dancing. We must be intentional about teaching kids the value and purpose of worship. More importantly, we must show them that worship isn’t just about singing, it’s about interacting with God.
Every year thousands of kids are dramatically changed by the power of God at camp. This camp experience usually lasts four or five days, and if we as children’s ministry leaders aren’t careful, we can miss out on the chance to capitalize on this incredible time. Here are three things you can do to make sure your campers’ experience doesn’t end when they get in the van to come home.